Alter Ego

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Booze your way into the nights with us as we go from healthy poke bowls in the day to guzzling down our range of more than 20 craft & commercial beers over indulgent pizza fries, fried chicken skin and all of your grubby burger dreams in the night!

8 Raffles Avenue
#01-13D Esplanade Mall
Singapore 039802

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12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

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tried their Double Cheese Burger ($25++) makes a super hearty meal! 🍔 An all-American burger with double beef patty 🐄, bacon ketchup, melted cheese 🧀, green coral, tomato 🍅 & gherkin, accompanied by fries 🍟, every bite was bursting with juicy flavours! 🤤

Original Poke Shake Bowl ($20++) is my usual go-to at @alteregosg! 💯 The highlight was definitely the generous portion of well-seasoned Original Shoyu Salmon cubes 🐟 that lay atop the bed of rice 🍚, topped with roasted cashews 🥜, savoury tobiko, avocado 🥑, pineapple cubes 🍍 & shimeiji mushrooms 🍄 etc!

Erm pls take not that each of the bowl there costs $20 before GST and service charge
Firstly i would like to comment on the poke bowl, extremely not worth, portion was very small can hold on one palm it was honestly very mediocre and there was not a lot of salmon
As for the pasta it is not impressive as well the chicken inside does not even take good

Food was swimming in oil, poke bowl rice was too watery such that you need to eat your rice in lumps, and food is generally overpriced for the subpar quality. Worse, we ordered the Sauvignon blanc house pour ($45) (we even pointed to it) but they gave us the sauvignon blanc reserves ($90). What a sneaky move! We only realized after we left and checked the bill. Business lacks integrity and we really will never come back nor recommend it to anyone.

Fish skin ($10) was good for sharing though it could use more seasoning, over time it just started to taste like the oil it was fried in. The Classic Carbonara ($20) was decent but was lacking in flavor amidst the cream base, more cheese may have done the trick. The Steak Rice Bowl ($30) was a huge disappointment, beef was chewy and the rice lacked any flavor apart from straight up butter, it was not a dish that entices you for more. We also ordered a Tokyo Sour ($13), an ‘okay’ cocktail that could’ve worked more on packing a punch.

If it weren’t for the Burpple beyond pass, the price of the entire meal would have just been ridiculously expensive compared to the quality received. The only hit was the fish skin while the rest were misses.

Would I give this restaurant another chance? Probably yes with their poké bowls/pizzas/burgers. Would I recommend it to my friends and family? Highly unlikely.

we got the chicken burger and shrimp aglio olio. both weren’t great! saving grace was that portions were big, especially for the burger which had a generous portion of curly fries. so come here if you are feeling very hungry :)